‘Always On’ DRM Blamed for Decrease in PC Security

Many gamers are putting themselves at risk of viruses and identity theft when playing online, a new study has revealed. Despite just under half of the gamers polled claiming to be internet security-savvy, over forty per cent claim that they wouldn’t be able to identify any of the viruses typically created to target them and a quarter never make the effort to find out.

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Agent_00_Revan1313d ago

Warning: New threat found.
- EA Origin

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Seafort1313d ago

I didn't buy Sim City because it had always online DRM and a complete mess of a launch which still isn't resolved today.

There was also the fact that Sim City is £40+ and most PC games from most PC devs/publishers are £25-30. Only the greedy few are pricing PC games at console prices.

aliengmr1313d ago

Like that matters to EA or anyone else willing to use it. SimCity and Diablo 3 were successful and thus so was "always-on" DRM.

The most popular future franchises will start using it, because despite our whining, we'll still day-one the crap out of them.

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